“Football belongs to the fans. Today more than ever” from the man who took tennis away from the fans and yes, another Davis Cup revamp!

Over the last week a lot of talk in World Sport has been about the rise and the extremely quick demise of the European Super League. Days before another revamp to the Davis Cup was announced, the tournament taken away from fans. The tournament which brought joy to face, noise to stadiums, a tremendous atmosphere... Continue Reading →

Davis Cup Finals Groups Announced!

Following the first of the new Davis Cup Finals last year in which the hosts Spain won on home soil tennis will return to Madrid at the end of the year in the second year of the new format. Spain will be there to defend their title and there are some new teams this year.... Continue Reading →

Gerard Pique says it’s the ‘project of his life’ but low ticket sales for knockout stages & questions over ‘favouritism’ in scheduling opens up early problems for Davis Cup Finals

Tickets are on sale, the draw is out and the scheduling has raised some questions ahead of the first of the new Davis Cup Finals in Madrid. The event will be held at the Caja Magica which I visited this year and is home to the Mutua Madrid Open. The courts will be hard courts... Continue Reading →

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